This horse deserves a tribute, he was that special in our lives, but I cannot find the words at this time. Each time I sit here, the tears well up and I cannot see the screen. I will wait to post when I can do his memory justice.
In the meantime here's the picture Lindsay asked me to post. She brought it to me right after we returned from saying our goodbyes. I think it tells how much he meant to her and how much she meant to him, that beautiful face resting over her shoulder looking at the camera.
I thought I had done a post about how Lindsay and "Mark" built that connection but I have been unable to locate it in my archives. I did write their story and it was published in the Arabian Horse Association's magazine at that time.
I can't imagine I haven't posted that story here. If that is indeed the case, it will need to be included in his tribute. This was a remarkable horse and he will always hold a place in our hearts.